NDDOT Fargo District holiday week construction zone work schedule
July 3, 2012
The Fourth of July holiday is a busy time for travel in North Dakota. Favorable weather and current project schedules will keep North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) – Fargo District – crews working through the upcoming holiday on the West Fargo Main Ave. reconstruction, 10th St. N. and 7th Ave. N. overpass projects, along with crews on other area city and county projects.
Area NDDOT crews will be working tomorrow through the Fourth of July holiday and no major project work will be occurring from Friday, July 6, until the start of business again on Monday, July 9. During this time, the public may notice crews in the work zones if any inclement weather occurs and maintenance is needed on the NDDOT area projects. Motorists should be aware of trucks and equipment entering and exiting and obey posted speed limits through each work zone.
Current NDDOT Fargo area projects status is:
- West Fargo Main Ave –Traffic is head-to-head throughout the corridor, from 45th St. E. to 5th St. E, one lane in each direction. The intersection of 9th St. NE/E. and Main Ave. has been reopened. The frontage road between 17th St. E. and 45th St. N. is open to traffic as a eastbound only, one-way. Businesses along this stretch of roadway are accessible and open to the public by way of the south frontage road. Motorists using the south frontage road will re-enter traffic a block south of the Main Ave. /45th St. N. intersection.
- 10th St N project – Northbound 10th St. N. traffic is detoured west at 12th Ave. N. to University Dr. where southbound one-way has been converted to head-to-head traffic from 12th Ave. N. to 17th Ave. N.
- 7th Ave N Overpass – The 7th Ave N bridge is currently closed and detour in-place. Within the construction zone under the 7th Ave. N. bridge, I-29 has two of the three lanes of traffic open from Main Ave. to 12th St. N. The median and inside lanes of traffic are open.
As you travel, the NDDOT reminds motorists they can plan ahead by calling 511 from any type of phone or visiting the Travel Information Map on the NDDOT website at www.dot.nd.govto receive the most current road conditions.
Motorists can also use the Travel Information Map to find locations of current construction projects throughout the state. The traveling public should use caution when driving through construction zones by allowing extra distance between their vehicles and the vehicles in front of them, and obeying flaggers and posted signs.
The NDDOT urges motorists to drive safely by always buckling seat belts, obeying posted signs and never driving distracted or drinking and driving.
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